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Sports Digest | October 28, 2012
Men's college soccer Terps tie, clinch ACC regular-season title The No. 1 Maryland men's soccer team clinched its first Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season championship since 2005 with a 2-2 draw Saturday against Clemson on Senior Night at Ludwig Field. The Terps (14-0-2, 6-0-1 ACC) took a 2-0 lead on goals by Patrick Mullins in the second minute and Schillo Tshuma in the 47th, then allowed Clemson to score in the 53rd and 59th minutes. The draw ended Maryland's 13-game winning streak, with its only other blemish a tie against UCLA in late August.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun reporter | November 1, 2006
Passion for soccer drives Cirovski College Park -- Sasho Cirovski doesn't demand much, for college soccer in general and the University of Maryland in particular. Another NCAA title or three for a program that reached that pinnacle last December. Assorted cable networks battling for the rights to college matches. A new lacrosse/soccer facility here, perhaps named Trpe Stadium, which is not a typo. To achieve his dreams, Cirovski plays up the CEO smarts that he honed while earning an MBA and redirects the passion that produced red cards from his playing days to the 2002 NCAA semifinals.
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By From Sun staff and news services | October 18, 2009
Men's college soccer UMBC squanders 2-goal lead, loses to Longwood in OT UMBC (10-3-0) surrendered a two-goal lead and fell, 3-2, in overtime to visiting Longwood (3-9-2) in miserable conditions. Lancers sophomore midfielder Chris Saul scored 3:27 into the first overtime period for the victory. Forwards Andrew Bulls (McDonogh) and Levi Houapeu scored in the 24th and 29th minutes, respectively, for the Retrievers. Bulls, who entered last week as the nation's leading scorer, got his 15th goal of the season.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | September 5, 2003
COLLEGE PARK - Rarely do you find a college soccer game in early September that can spark any considerable interest, but there's certainly one to be found tonight when Maryland plays host to UCLA at Ludwig Field. The numbers, timing and the two teams' recent history are clear indicators this is not just another regular-season game. It's the defending national champion Bruins, ranked No. 1 in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll, vs. the No. 2 Terrapins; the home opener for the Terps at a dolled-up Ludwig, and a rematch of last year's national semifinal game, when all the breaks went the Bruins' way for a 2-1 win on a late penalty kick.
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Sports Digest | November 9, 2011
Et cetera Terps men upset by BC in ACC quarters, 2-1 Seventh-seeded Boston College used two quick first-half goals to defeat second-seeded Maryland, 2-1, in the Atlantic Coast Conference men's soccer quarterfinals Tuesday night. The host Terps (13-3-3) had an 18-9 advantage in shots, but the Eagles (13-5-0) held on after scoring in the 13th and 17th minutes. Maryland's Casey Townsend scored his 13th goal of the season two minutes into the second half when he flicked in a cross from Jereme Raley . The NCAA tournament bracket will be announced Monday.
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Sports Digest | September 18, 2012
Et cetera Ovechkin says he's ready to play full season in Russia While he has yet to sign a contract, there is little doubt that Alex Ovechkin will play in Russia's Kontinental Hockey League during the NHL lockout. It's just a matter of where. On Monday, the Washington Capitals star left wing told Sovetsky Sport that he believes the lockout could cost the NHL a full season. Via Yahoo blogger Dmitry Chesnokov , Ovechkin told Sovetsky Sport's Pavel Lysenkov : "If the [NHL]
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Sports Digest | November 8, 2011
Et cetera Towson's West earns weekly honor in CAA Towson freshman tailback Terrance West (Northwestern) was named the Colonial Athletic Association Offensive Player of the Week after rushing for a career-high 183 yards on 21 carries and scoring three touchdowns in the Tigers' 40-30 victory Saturday over Maine, which pulled Towson into a a three-way tie for first place in the CAA. Also, Towson (7-2, 5-1) is ranked 12th in the The Sports Network/Fathead.com College Football Weekly Poll.
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Sports Digest | September 21, 2011
Et cetera Pikesville's Kraus moves to 3rd round of Mid-Amateur Andrea Kraus of Pikesville won two matches to reach the third round in the U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur championship Tuesday at Bayville Golf Club in Virginia Beach, Va. Kraus was 1-under-par in beating Jordan Craig of Connellsville, Pa., 5 and 4, and even par in stopping Kathy Postillion of Scottsdale, Ariz., 2 and 1. Christy Larrimore of...
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Sports Digest | December 3, 2011
Amateur soccer Nichols named coach of new Bohemians The Baltimore Bohemians, a new member of the United Soccer Leagues' Premier Development League, has named McDonogh boys coach Steve Nichols as their head coach. A Baltimore native, Nichols led McDonogh to its seventh Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship this fall and has coached the Baltimore Bays club team to nine national youth championships. The PDL, which features 65 teams competing in four conferences and nine divisions, is the top-level amateur men's soccer league in North America.
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Sports Digest | September 27, 2011
Et cetera Towson earns No. 23 ranking in FCS poll The Towson football team broke into the Top 25 of The Sports Network/Fathead.com NCAA FCS College Football Poll, which was announced Monday. The Tigers, who are No.23 in the nation, are ranked for the first time since Sept. 10, 2007. Towson was listed among others receiving votes the last two weeks. The Tigers accumulated 520 points. More college football: Navy announced that Saturday's game against Air Force is sold out. … Salisbury (3-0, 1-0 Empire 8)
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